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Additive ManufacturingThis course is an introduction to additive manufacturing. Students will explore different types of additive manufacturing processes, create prototypes using fused deposition modeling (FDM), assemble a 3D printer, and participate in a guided design experience. Persons involved with mechanical engineering, research and development, CAD and other related fields should consider taking this course. This course would also benefit inventors and model makers by developing the skills to produce proof of concept models and create replacement parts utilizing 3D printing technologies.3NoneENGC1050View
Design for Additive ManufacturingThis course will examine best practices for producing prototypes with additive manufacturing. Topics covered include creating models larger than 3D printer volumes, designing joints for 3D printed objects, identifying and correcting errors in triangulated meshes and 3D scanning.3Instructor approval or ENGC1050 and one of the following: ENGC1160, ENGC1250, ENGC2100, MMVP1545ENGC1060View
Workplace CorrespondenceThis course will provide instruction in selecting, organizing, and writing effective workplace correspondence. The course will cover a variety of methods of correspondence commonly used in the workplace including, but not limited to, letters, memos, e-mail, instant messaging, text messaging, and wikis. Areas of study will include selecting the appropriate medium for the message and using common guidelines for different mediums. This course is designed primarily for working students who want to improve the writing skills they are already using in the workplace.2Qualifying score on writing assessment test OR ENGL1021 or ENGL1026 and Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0921. Basic computer literacy skills requiredENGL2001View
Introduction to CinemaThis is a writing intensive course where students study and analyze the basic elements of a critical understanding of film: story elements; visual design; cinematography and color; editing and special effects; functions of sound and music; styles of acting and directing; and functions of genre.3Qualifying score on writing assessment test OR ENGL1021 or ENGL1026 and Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0921ENGL2200View
Welding & Metal Fabrication InternshipThis course allows the student to gain on-the-job experience in the Welding & Metal Fabrication industry. The student is responsible for locating and arranging the internship site. One (1) to four (4) credits can be taken, with each credit requiring 40 hours of time spent on the job. Student performance will be monitored by the instructor and evaluated by the employer. This will be a cooperative training program between Hennepin Technical College and a company. The student will apply competencies learned in the program to an employment-like work experience. Tasks and course goals will be determined by the instructor and the job site supervisor on an individual student basis. All industry internships require you be registered at the college for the internship and have instructor approval.1_to_4Instructor approval and completion of at least 50% of your degree or diplomaWLDG2275View
Plumbing CalculationsThis course will apply mathematics to plumbing calculations in developed lengths of pipe, fitting allowances, offsets, area, volumes, diameters, weights and pressures. Students will also use formulas common to the plumbing industry.3Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0901PLBG1031View
Plumbing SystemsStudents will study sizing, service and installation of hot water heaters, hydronic heating systems, water softening systems, backflow prevention systems and water and sewage pumps. Students will study proper sequence and operation of gas and electric hot water heaters and boilers, also water softening equipment.3PLBG1035PLBG1041View
Racial and Ethnic RelationsThis course is an introduction to the history and theories of race, ethnicity, and racism in the United States. Students will explore the social construction of race as a concept, the processes by which social institutions create and reproduce racial inequalities, and the role of social movements in bringing about social change. Students will learn to analyze current race relations from multiple perspectives.3Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0921 and Qualifying score on writing assessment test OR ENGL1021 or ENGL1026. Basic computer skills recommendedSOCI2200View
Building Sewers and Drain SystemsThis course covers practical experience in the installation of sewers, drain, waste and vent piping by laying out pipe, using a builder's level to establish grade and elevations of the piping, and in a safe and efficient manner. Students will learn the proper installation of plastic and cast iron sewers, drain, waste and vent pipe.3PLBG1035PLBG1016View
Business FinanceThis course is designed to present basic business finance principles to business and marketing students. Students are taught to use planning tools, and to assess investment viability, financial position and performance, liquidity, and financing options.3Qualifying score on math assessment test OR MATH1050 or MATH1060. And recommended, Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0921 and qualifying score on writing assessment test OR ENGL0930ACCT1410View